Beeswax food wraps

£15.00

Pack of beeswax food wraps in three different sizes, in a range of designs.

In stock

Description

Beeswax food wraps made with beautiful fabrics and beeswax for a stylish and practical alternative to plastic wrap. The wraps come in packs of three, with different sized wraps, designed for different everyday uses, whether that’s as a replacement lid, or to cover bowls/pots to keep food covered. Great for use in the fridge and easy to use as a sandwich wrap for packed lunches and picnics.
Reusable beeswax food wraps are made with 100% cotton, beeswax, pine resin and jojoba oil. Use as a replacement for cling film and tin foil to wrap sandwiches, keep food fresh, and cover cans, dishes etc. Ditch the single use plastic for good!
Wash in cool water, air dry and store for reuse. Care instructions included in each pack.
Handmade and in a range of designs and colours, these may well vary from the designs shown in photos as each wrap is handmade by our supplier Willowtree Yarnery in Worcestershire. Each pack will contain three beeswax wraps of differing sizes (sizes as shown below) and will all be different in design as well.
Sizes include:
1 x 30cm squared
1 x 25 cm squared
1 x 20 cm squared
How to use and look after your beeswax wraps:
*Use the warmth of your hands to wrap around a piece of food, cover a bowl, etc. As it cools it holds its seal.
*Use on cheese, fruit, veg, cake, bread.
*Do NOT use on raw meat,/fish.
*Wash your wraps after use in cold water with dish soap. Air dry, roll or fold to store and use again.
*If your wraps lose their ‘sticky’ after a while or just look a little tired, you can revive them in the oven on baking parchment for a couple of minutes on the lowest temperature. Or you can iron them between two pieces of baking parchment. This will remelt the wax. Remove and waft it around to dry or hang on the line.
*You can also add a little extra wax if you wish.
*The wraps will last approximately a year if looked after and cleaned and dried carefully. After they have come to the end of their life they can be composted or used as firelighters.
Find other reusable items in our Eco reusable section.

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